Mobile learning is an effective way to deliver engaging sales training at scale. Consider these tips to get started.
As more organizations introduce mobile devices on the frontline, employees are seizing the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skill, says Axonify.
Arist, a text message learning platform, announced it has raised $1.9M from Acadian Ventures, Global Founders Capital and Craft Ventures.
The world’s leading platform for workplace safety and quality, SafetyCulture, has acquired EdApp, the award-winning mobile training solution.
At the end of onboarding, instead of feeling empowered with knowledge, employees are often simply relieved that they can check one more item off their to-do list. Unfortunately, this approach is not the way to engage a new employee — or a current one.
Companies are continually faced with the challenge of empowering employees to develop the technical skills today’s business demands so they don’t have to re-staff. Data proves that employees prioritize L&D. Organizational leaders must do the same.
Whether through microlearning, spaced learning, learning journeys, continuous learning cultures or personalized learning, mobile is becoming a catalyst in helping organizations transform their learning landscape to deliver more value.
L&D professionals often evaluate delivery methods based on the organization’s overall learning objectives. Most use multiple delivery methods, because a single modality can’t do everything well. So, how can you choose training delivery methods?
Inkling, a mobile learning enablement platform for frontline employees, announced that Little Caesars® Pizza will leverage Inkling to train workers and provide them easy access to the company's reference materials via internet-connected tablets.